Definition of Gyroscopic. Meaning of Gyroscopic. Synonyms of Gyroscopic

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Definition of Gyroscopic

Gyroscopic
Gyroscopic Gy"ro*scop"ic, a. Pertaining to the gyroscope; resembling the motion of the gyroscope.

Meaning of Gyroscopic from wikipedia

- sensing. All spinning objects have gyroscopic properties. The main properties that an object can experience in any gyroscopic motion are rigidity in space and...
- A Gyroscopic stabilizer is a control system that reduces tilting movement of a ship or aircraft. It senses orientation using a small gyroscope, and counteracts...
- Sperry Corporation developed the original gyroscopic autopilot in 1912. The device was called a “gyroscopic stabilizer apparatus,” and its purpose was...
- Look up gyroscope in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A gyroscope is a device for measuring or maintaining orientation, based on the principle of conservation...
- systems Gyroscopic control (gaming), accelerometers to as a control input This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Gyroscopic control...
- commonly use gyroscopic instruments (but not a gyrocomp****) for navigation and altitude monitoring; for details, see Flight instruments and Gyroscopic autopilot...
- part includes gyroscopic sensors for multiple axes. Some parts incorporate multiple gyroscopes and accelerometers (or multiple-axis gyroscopes and accelerometers)...
- gyroscope may refer to: Ring laser gyroscope Fibre-optic gyroscope This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Laser gyroscope....
- A PIGA (Pendulous Integrating Gyroscopic Accelerometer) is a type of accelerometer that can measure acceleration and simultaneously integrates this acceleration...
- Torque-induced precession (gyroscopic precession) is the phenomenon in which the axis of a spinning object (e.g., a gyroscope) describes a cone in space...